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44th Street Theatre, (7/15/1929 - 8/17/1929)
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Opening Date: Jul 15, 1929    
Closing Date: Aug 17, 1929 Total Performances: 40

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in twenty-four scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Sam Timberg, Lee David and Maurice Rubens; Lyrics by Moe Jaffe; Book by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: John McManus; Featuring songs by J. Fred Coots, Ralph Erwin and Phil Svigals; Featuring songs with lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young and Clifford Grey
Directed by Stanley Logan; Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and Chester Hale
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by George Barbier and Ernest Schrapps
Sheila BarrettLeonie
Bonnibelle BeardEnsemble
Doris BeridgeEnsemble
Moya BeridgeEnsemble
Martin BrothersTwo Porters
George E. BurkeEnsemble
Winnie ChannonEnsemble
Harry ConleyWilbur Scrump
Peggy CornellEnsemble
Edna CowleyEnsemble
Emily CowleyEnsemble
Olive CraneEnsemble
Dorothy DarleyEnsemble
Florence DavidsonEnsemble
Ann DavisEnsemble
Peggy DavisEnsemble
Marie DayEnsemble
Louis DelgadoEnsemble
Bob DerdenEnsemble
George DobbsDuckey Stevens
Ethel DuntonDoris Williams
Frances DuranEnsemble
Marie FergusonEnsemble
Allen Foster GirlsEnsemble
Archie FoulkeThe Gambler
Hazel FrazerEnsemble
Frank GabyMr. Cain
Inez GoetzEnsemble
Ruth GormlyEnsemble
Boots McAllister
Sylvia GreenEnsemble
Grace GreyEnsemble
Harry GriffinEnsemble
Chester Hale GirlsEnsemble
Marge HarlanEnsemble
Hetty HayesEnsemble
Larry HodgsonEnsemble
Vena HollingworthEnsemble
Vivian HunterEnsemble
Harry HylanderEnsemble
Phyllis JordanEnsemble
Tom JordanEnsemble
Karen KaaberEnsemble
Ray KingStage Manager
The Book Seller
King, King & KingThree Baggage Men
Gertrude KornblumEnsemble
Greta KuhnrichEnsemble
Verta KunkelEnsemble
Lillian LaneThe Girl Friend
Gloria LebowEnsemble
Laura LeeFlo DeForrest
Eva LewisEnsemble
Hilda LongEnsemble
Violet LundbergEnsemble
Mary MansonMrs. Wentworth
Julio MartelEnsemble
Gertrude MazzaEnsemble
Clinton McLeerEnsemble
Hoyt MeredithThe Composer
Madeline MeredithElvira Snodgrass
Margaret MerleSinger
Lillian MessmerEnsemble
Betty MontgomeryEnsemble
Odette MyrtilMarian Lavarre
Rita OwenEnsemble
Marian PaitsonEnsemble
Alfred ParrotEnsemble
Hilda PetersonEnsemble
Joe PhillipsJoe White
Rae PowellEnsemble
Kenneth PulsiferEnsemble
Sam RaynorEnsemble
Dr. RockwellDr. Rockwell
Alice RogersEnsemble
Margaret SamsonEnsemble
George SchillerEnsemble
Eddie ShubertThe Author
Kay SimmonsKay
Edwina SkoratEnsemble
May SquiresEnsemble
Flo SterlingEnsemble
Harry StockwellSinger
Murray SwansonEnsemble
Loris TaylorEnsemble
Julie TiedgensEnsemble
Jay TullyEnsemble
Jeanne WaltonEnsemble
Dolly WaringEnsemble
Harry WelshMr. Finkbinder
Esther WhettonEnsemble
Iris WorthingtonEnsemble
Mary WynnEnsemble
music by Maury Rubens,Sam Timberg and Lee David; lyrics by Moe Jaffe
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Why Don't We?Flo DeForrest and Joe White
Stranded in a One-Horse TownJoe White and Flo DeForrest
Hotsy Totsy HatsDuckey Stevens, Boots McAllister, Doris Williams and Ensemble
The Right ManWilbur Scrump and Marian Lavarre
The White Lights Were ComingDuckey Stevens, Boots McAllister, Joe White, Flo DeForrest and Ensemble
Mile's End RoadAlan K. Foster's Palladium Girls
Johann Strauss, Who Made the World DanceMarian Lavarre, Singer, Hale Girls and Models
Heart of a Rose (from GAY PAREE, 1926)
(music by J. Fred Coots and Maury Rubens; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Singer and Ensemble
Arabian NightsSingers, Slave Girls, Attendants and The Sultan's Dancers
ACT 2 Sung By
I Kiss Your Hand, Madame
(music by Ralph Erwin; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Marian Lavarre
Lobster CrawlFlo DeForrest, Chester Hale Troupe and Alan K. Foster Girls
Bracelet NumberFlo DeForrest
Baby's Doll
(music by Maury Rubens and Phil Svigals; lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan and Moe Jaffe)
Elvira Snodgrass, Duckey Stevens and Hale Girls
The OrchidMarian Lavarre, Duckey Stevens, The Author, Elvira Snodgrass and Ensemble
Come Hit Your BabyFlo DeForrest, Boots McAllister, Elvira Snodgrass, Doris Williams and Ensemble
Broadway Nights from the Roof GardenFlo DeForrest and Entire Company